Go behind the lens of the hit film series with one-of-a-kind images and photo experiences at the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition, housed within the London Film Museum.
What can I see at the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition?
Explore hundreds of behind-the-scenes images, taken during the making of the Harry Potter film series, in this exhibition from Warner Bros. On Location London.
Brought together for the first time, these rarely seen production photographs include key moments from Harry Potter’s first trip from Platform 9 3/4 and the Battle of Hogwarts, among other iconic scenes – it’s a great chance to brush up on your knowledge of this magical world!
What can I do there?
Find out even more about the stories behind each photo by asking one of the knowledgeable staff members.
Take a selfie in front of an oversized Acceptance Letter or from within the Ministry of Magic’s phone box. Climb onto a broomstick to experience green screen technology for yourself, and see how Harry and his friends were made to fly during filming.
Not included in the ticket price, there are a number of photo packages including your green screen broomstick photo and an exclusive Ministry of Magic Identification Card. There’s even a chance to buy Harry’s favourite drink from London’s only bottled Butterbeer Bar – sip on the soft drink from a tankard or pick up a bottle to impress those back home.
How long does the experience take?
Expect to spend around one hour at the attraction.
Where is the Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition in London?
The exhibition is within the London Film Museum, in Covent Garden.
How do I buy tickets?
The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition is now closed.